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Natalia Tomahatsch (class of 2026), an intern for the Museum of Art at the Paul Creative Arts Center, facilitating a talk on Sue Coe’s photo etchings.

UNH Liberal Arts Programs on the Chopping Block

Emma Kostyun, Staff Writer December 4, 2023

Down the dimly lit hallway of the Paul Creative Arts Center (PCAC) sits the office of the art and art history department. A cozy waiting area sits outside the eclectic office of Ben Cariens, department...

Professors reflect on nearly a year of hybrid learning

Professors reflect on nearly a year of hybrid learning

Cassie Hollasch February 23, 2021
Not only has the coronavirus (COVID-19) affected bars, restaurants and small businesses but has had a massive impact as well on schooling across the country. A substantial number of schools have switched to fully remote learning or to alternating schedules for students.
UNH Communications Professor wins 2020 Lindberg Award 

UNH Communications Professor wins 2020 Lindberg Award 

Isabelle Curtis December 13, 2020
Lawrence Prelli, professor of communications at the University of New Hampshire (UNH), was chosen by the College of Liberal Arts (COLA) as the 2020 recipient of the Lindberg Award. 
On the Spot: Assistant Professor Baumgarter set to become published author

On the Spot: Assistant Professor Baumgarter set to become published author

Bret Belden October 17, 2019
Kabria Baumgartner, a UNH assistant professor in the departments of English and Women's Studies, prepares for publishing of first book, 'In Pursuit of Knowledge: Black Women and Educational Activism in Antebellum America'
UNH students sit down for Coffee With a Diplomat

UNH students sit down for “Coffee With a Diplomat”

Hannah Donahue September 26, 2019
Students arrive nice-and-early to hear the stories and advice of longtime diplomat Phillip Beekman - and enjoy some Dunkin' Donunts along the way.

New philosophy major and cognate address contemporary challenges

Hannah Donahue May 1, 2019
Philosophy of business, innovation and technology to be added as a major specialization in the philosophy department
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